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Election 2015': Cameron has 'no regrets' about NHS criticism

David Cameron has said he has no regrets about claiming Offa's Dyke was a line dividing "life and death" due to Labour's running of the NHS in Wales.

He visited Powys on Wednesday as part of 36-hour tour of Britain in a final push for votes before Thursday's general election.

The prime minister said Wales was better off that it was five years ago due to economic growth, and he defended the controversial way he criticised the Welsh Labour government's record on health.

Labour said it was "disgraceful" of Mr Cameron to "come to Wales to reinforce his attack on public services".

  • 06 May 2015
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